With murder mystery movies seeing a surge in popularity over the past couple of years, now comes word that a new take on Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is on the way.
Via Deadline, 20th Century Studios is developing a new movie adaptation of Christie’s famed 1939 novel. That tale centres on ten strangers who are invited to an isolated island by a mysterious, unknown host. Each of these strangers has skeletons in their respective closets, and things soon begin to take a turn for the worse when they start to be offed one by one.
Seberg’s Anna Waterhouse and Joe Shrapnel are writing the film, with the hunt currently on to find a director.
And Then There Were None is the best-selling mystery novel in history, selling over 100 million copies across the globe since first being published over 80 years ago. To date, the story has already been adapted for ten movies and eight TV series.
As ever, expect more on this new take on a truly classic old favourite as we get it.